Friday June 5, 2020

Backing up is getting harder to do

As the amount of data that companies use grows, so too do their back-up needs. But there is increased pressure for storage to disappear into the background, writes Alex Meehan

8th May, 2016
Michele Neylon, chief executive of Blacknight Services

The days of business leaders taking the time to understand how the technology they use works are fast disappearing, and storage is just a technology like any other. That’s the message from Sudheesh Nair, president of the cloud specialist Nutanix, who believes that behind these developments is the expectation that technology should “just work”.

“The days of spending time on the details behind what makes things work is becoming less and...

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